Farrelly has also offered extensive hints about what kind of story developments fans can expect to see in Season 4 of “Loudermilk.” Farrelly told Deadline, “It is the year Loudermilk gets his mojo back. It becomes a huge smash hit in Season 4. And all of a sudden, he is back in the game, people are inviting him to parties, and he is hanging out with real musicians.”
Of course, after three seasons of careful sobriety and leading a relatively low-key life, success and readmittance to a more glamorous mode of living come with their own challenges. Farrelly said, “Now the question is, will he have time for that sad, sad group he has been babysitting for the last three years? Will he be able to maintain the sobriety now that he is back in the fast lane?”
If Season 4 becomes a reality, it sounds like Loudermilk will face the most severe threats to his mental health and sobriety that he has seen yet. It could even see the main character bouncing from his highest high so far to potentially his lowest low. Whatever the case, Farrelly has said the story doesn’t stop there because “We want to do Season 4, Season 5, Season 6, Season 7.”
The creators of “Loudermilk” have a fully formed journey waiting for its characters – here’s hoping they get the chance to share it with fans.
If you or anyone you know is struggling with addiction issues, help is available. Visit the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration website or contact SAMHSA’s National Helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357).